Wednesday, 30 January 2008

Petshop quartet

This drawing celebrates
300 drawings on Non-Stick,
and it's my 300th drawing
on Non-Stick, which is a
happy coincidence.
Thanks for tuning in,
especially to those who
come here often and leave
occasional comments
(which I enjoy thinking up
silly answers to almost as
much as the drawing) and
help me stick to this crazy
plan.

12 comments:

Ana Cristina Leonardo said...

Congratulations and celebrations!

Lee said...

Chirp, chirp, chiree!

Michael said...

Congrats on your 300th post...

Here's to another 300! Or not...

nonstickplans said...

There you are - three of my serial commenters.
Thanks folks.

As for another 300, I wasn't expecting to reach 30 - !f I manage to do another 65, to make up a year's worth, I think this particular plan will have stuck long enough. Then I'll alter the plan and probably scale back my output to 2 or 3 a week and include some other stuff, and hopefully make it more 'conversational'. Stay tuned (if you feel like it).

Marta Pinto said...

Keep on non-sticking like crazy, I will keep on sticking around here:)

nonstickplans said...

Thanks, Marta. I wonder if there would be a market for non-stick glue?

Sue said...

I hope it doesn't come 'unstuck' for a VERY long time. This a fun addition to each day!

nonstickplans said...

Thanks, Sue. A VERY long time sounds a bit daunting. Even the dinosaurs didn't last that long.

Marta Pinto said...

A market for non-stick glue! Maybe, maybe there could be one! The idea is very attractive.
:)

Bassem B. said...

I follow your drawings via RSS, and though I rarely comment (I should do that more,) I am regularly amazed at the visual puns, metaphors, wittycisms and other great ideas you manage to come up with on a daily basis.

nonstickplans said...

Thanks, bassem. I do a new drawing every day, and try to come up with new ideas as often as I can, but a good proportion of the ideas come from my notebooks, which I've been adding to for some years. I couldn't keep this up without a back-up system, and I like to think the ideas are new to other people, even if they're not always new to me.

I hope this doesn't disappoint you. People assume all sorts of things if you don't spell it out. The truth usually turns out to be a little less 'amazing'.

Bassem B. said...

Nah, I'm not disappointed. Keep on non-sticking!